CHAPTER THREE: THE INWARD PERSPECTIVE: JAMES JOYCE, A PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A YOUNG MAN; VIRGINIA WOOLF, THE WAVES; KOFI AWOONOR, THIS EARTH, MY BROTHER
- James Joyce's Epiphany and Virginia Woolf's "Moment of Importance". Ma Jin // Studies in Literature & Language;Feb2011, Vol. 2 Issue 1, p114
In English literature, James Joyce and Virginia Woolf are the two best-known novelists of the "stream of consciousness". Joyce's novels are written in accordance with his theory of "epiphanies" and Virginia Woolf's works are characterized by the "moment of importance". Both writing techniques...
- The treasure-house of language: Managing symbolic economies in Joyce's Portrait. Osteen, Mark // Studies in the Novel;Summer95, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p154
Analyzes James Joyce's novel `A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.' Filtration of a verbal world through self-absorbed consciousness; Abstraction of art towards reality; Symbolic economies of money and language; Likeness of religiosity and materialism.
- Batlike Souls and Penile Temptresses: Gender Inversions in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. Teal, Laurie // Novel: A Forum on Fiction;Fall95, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p63
Examines the gender inversions in the novel `A Portrait of the Artist As a Young Man,' by James Joyce. Model of homosexuality as inversion; Eve Kosofsky's argument for a continuum between homosexual desire and homosocial dynamic of male bonding; Traditional metaphors transformed by Joyce's...
- The City, Modernism, and Aesthetic Theory in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. Leonard, Garry // Novel: A Forum on Fiction;Fall95, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p79
Analyzes the aesthetic theory of Stephen Dedalus, the main character in James Joyce's novel `A Portrait of the Artist As a Young Man,' in the context of modernity and in relation to the modern city. Aesthetic theory and self-surveillance; Modernity and the ideology of the encounter; Catholic in...
- Stephen Dedalus's non serviam: Patriarchal and Performative Failure in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. Friedman, Alan Warren // Joyce Studies Annual;Summer2002, Vol. 13, p64
Presents an analysis of the novel 'A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man,' by James Joyce. Recollection of his brother in the autobiographical novel; Portrayal of his father in the novel; Description of Joyce's self-representation in the novel.
- THE CONSECRATION OF STEPHEN DEDALUS. Grayson, Janet // English Language Notes;Sep96, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p55
Examines James Joyce's novel `A Portrait of the Artist As a Young Man.' Interpretation of lead character Stephen's decision to head for the Bull; Appearance of the Girl on the Bull; Beginning and end of Stephen's life as an artist.
- Memory Between the Covers. Morrow, Clark Elder // Vocabula Review;Nov2009, Vol. 11 Issue 11, p1
In this article the author considers the power of the autobiographical novel. He notes that his own style of writing was greatly affected by "A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man," by James Joyce. According to the author, one of the appeals of autobiography is that it can relate to audiences...
- CHAPTER 1. Joyce, James // Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (ICON Group International,;2006, p3
Chapter 1 of the book "A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man," by James Joyce is presented. It first introduces characters in the story which includes the boy named Stephen Dedalus, Uncle Charles, and Dante. The story continues with the conversation between Rody Kickham, Nasty Roche, and...
- CHAPTER 3. Joyce, James // Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (ICON Group International,;2006, p101
Chapter 3 of the book "A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man," by James Joyce is presented. It narrates the experience that Stephen had with love sin, at his first violent sin, he had felt a wave of vitality pass out of him and had feared to find his body or soul maimed by the excess. It then...